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Q: TLV62065 with output supercap by 572396
My Customer wants to use a TLV62065 for a 5V to 3.6V@1.5A
What is your recommendation regarding use of SuperCap at the voltage output pin?
A: Re: TLV62065 with output supercap by 1090425
The TLV62065 is a low cost version of the TPS62065. The TPS62065, as explained in the datasheet, is a voltage mode converter. So, the output LC produce a double pole in the power stage response that will make the IC unstable with a super cap.
I would recommend a SWIFT IC which has an external SS pin which would allow you to limit the inrush current required to charge the super cap.
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